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drama that only gets more astonishing as the facts continue to come out. here's cnn's martin savidge. >> investigators scour the home on seymour avenue searching for evidence in this house of horrors. throughout the day, and late into the night, fbi agents meticulously search removing the front door, searching the crawl space, carting away a red pickup and a jeep. at one point, bringing in a cadaver dog. it's not known what if anything the dog found. the fbi taking the lead in the search. >> this is just the tip of the iceberg. this investigation will take a very long time. >> the three suspects, 52-year-old ariel castro, his brothers pedro and onil behind bars, they'll face more interrogation today. authorities have 48 hours to file charges. and that window closes later tonight. in the neighborhood, residents are still celebrating the jubilance tempered with shock and disbelief. >> unreal. >> i know who lived there and they panned the camera to his house and i turned white. my wife asked me, what's wrong? are you okay? i was dumbfounded. >> away from the cameras, amanda berry, gina
's martin savidge is in cleveland right now. martin, i want you to talk about your exclusive interview with that suspected rapist and kidnapper's brothers, but what about the new video that we just saw? the first look that we have actually seen of the police raid last week. tell us exactly what we're looking at. somebody got pretty close to that. >> yeah, they did, don. hello to you. this is video that was taken by cell phone. it was actually taken by a woman who thought she was being pulled over. the reason, there were so many police officers racing down the street, coming in their vehicles. so she stopped on seymour, but they went whizzing past her and running past her, and made their way towards the home on seymour, the one that now is famous, because what they were doing, amanda berry is the girl who kicked and clawed her way out with the help of charles ramsey, but she said there were more girls inside. that's what you're seeing here. the next wave of police officers that come racing in, that literally batter down the door, and then go inside and rescue the two other women, gina d
of the accused rapest and kidnapper sit down with martin savidge. what they say about their brother's alleged crimes. >>> you may be shocked to hear who police have in custody. >>> another black eye for the irs. new details that officials there may have been targeting conservative groups well before the 2012 election. >>> look at this video. a wall of ice. we'll tell you where it is and how it happened. >>> it's sunday, may 12th, i'm brianna keilar, it's 6:00 on the east coast. thank you for spending your day with us. >>> we begin this morning with breaking news into cnn world exclusive. when ariel castro was arrested, police also arrested his two brothers, showing their faces to the world. in the minds of many, all three men were monsteres, but last thursday police released pedro and onel castro saying neither man had anything to do with the kidnapper of gina dejesus, amanda berry and michelle knight. both men sat down to talk about their brother and the ordeal. let's bring in susan candiotti. she's live in cleveland following this. good morning, susan. >> hi, brianna. when ariel castro was
he'll be back in court. we'll explain in a few minutes. >>> martin savidge is exclusive interview with the broefrs kidnapping suspect ariel castro. martin joins me live from cleveland now. this is the first time pedro and onil castro have spoken publicly. >> reporter: they have a remarkable story to tell, it goes all the way from the very first moments of being arrested to talking about what they knew, what went on inside the home. but the very first thing they wanted to talk about was how relieved, how thankful, how grateful they were that those women were now free and back with their families. then they wanted the world to know that they had nothing to do with what their brother did. listen. do you worry now that people will always suspect that you actually did have a role? >> absolutely. >> yes. >> and the people out there that know me, they know that onil castro is not that person, has nothing to do with that. would never even think of something like that. i was a very liked person, individual. i have never had any enemies. no reason for anybody to think that i would ever do s
, martin savidge' exclusive interview with the brothers of kid naps suspect ariel castro. martin joins us live from cleveland. martin, this is the first time pedro and onil castro have spoken out. what did they tell you? >> they have so much that they have to say. it was really difficult to figure out where do we begin this conversation. we talk about it all. we talk about the first moments which they were taken into custody. they say for 36 to 48 hours they had no idea why they were even being held. but most of all what they wanted to talk about was the fact that they are so grateful, so glad, so happy that these three young women have finally been freed from the grips of the horrible home on seymour street an also what they wanted people to know was that they this in no way had had anything to do with the crimes of their brother but they're afraid now that they'll be forever condemned. listen. do you worry now that people will always suspect that you actually did have a role? is there absolutely. yes. and the people out there that know me, they know that onil as stroe ast rch o has noth
for an exclusive interview with martin savidge. and marty, i know the brothers told you they're living in hiding now along with their mother. are they worried about their safety? >> reporter: they are. but the main reason that they wanted to have this interview, the main reason they want to speak out is that they want people to know how grateful, how relieved they are that the three young women are finally free from the house of horrors that was owned by their brother. but i have to tell you, it was probably one of the most remarkable interviews i have ever been a part of and it began like this. >> you all went to your mom's for dinner. >> yeah, we went to mom's for dinner. >> the first sign of trouble for you when you were riding back in the car with ariel, the first indication of a problem was what? >> when he pulled in mcdonald's. not very far from mom's house, he pulled in mcdonald's and i'm wondering why are you pulling in here, we just ate. you have to go to the bathroom or anything? no, he says they pulled me over, they're behind me. i didn't know because it was wrig bright and sunny. >>
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exclusively with cnn's martin savidge about their brother and their ordeal. they're grateful the young women and 6-year-old little girl are finally free and safe. but haunted by miss eed clues. haunted by the media, and receiving death threats for something they say they did not do. >> do you worry now that people will always suspect that you actually did have a role? >> absolutely. >> yes. >> and the people out there who know me, they know that onil castro is not that person. has nothing to do with that. would never even think of something like that. i was a very liked person, individual. i have never had any enemies. no reason for anybody to think i would ever do something like that. it's shock to all my friends. they couldn't believe it. >> same. i couldn't never think of doing anything like that. if i knew that my brother was doing this, i would have -- i would not be -- in a minute, i would call the cops. because that ain't right. but yeah, it's going to haunt me down because people are going to think pedro got something to do with this. pedro don't have nothing to do with this. if i kn
at a burger king in 2003 on the eve of her 17th birthday. here's cnn's martin savidge. >> reporter: michele knight disappeared when she was 19. that was 2002. amanda berry disappeared the day before her 17th birthday. that was 2003. gina dejesus disappeared when she was 14. that was 2004. then, monday evening, a decade-long nightmare ended when amanda berry made an emotional 911 call to police. >> 911. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> do you need police, fire or ambulance? >> i need police. >> okay, and what's going on there? >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years and i'm here, i'm free now. >> reporter: she made that call after she was able to look out of the house where they were being held and flag down a neighbor. >> heard screaming. eating at mcdonald's, i come outside. i see this girl going nuts trying to get out of the house. so i go on the porch. i go on the porch and she says, help me get out, i've been here a long time. so, you know, i figured it was a violence dispute. i open the door, a body can't fit through, only your hands. we kick the bottom and she comes
actually did have a role? >> straight ahead martin savidge's interview with onil and pedro castro, the brothers of suspected kidnapping suspect ariel castro only on cnn. >> as we said we have a lot going on this morning. we want to begin with susan candiotti who is live in cleveland this morning. susan looking at some amazing young video from -- shot by these two young women near castro's house. they have quite a story to tell this morning. >> oh, they sure do. they had no idea when they happened to pull down this street that they were about to see certain events unfold that were so dramatic, and they were able to capture some of it on their cell phone. so what happened is is that they thought they saw the flashing lights, and so they stopped, and then they watcheds aofficers ran in to the house to rescue these women. i think we've got more of their story to tell. and where did you see her, amanda and her little girl? >> coming down the street. >> and then everything unfolded right here? >> yep. >> these two women happened to turn on to ariel castro's street and found themselves s
to be unearthed in this. martin savidge, thank you for scrambling so quickly overnight to get what you have. i want to turn my attention to you, nancy, because the minute we heard this, we were all reminded right away of jaycee dugard, kidnapped as a child in california. freed in 2009. if you do the math, that was 18 years. today she's released a statement, obviously, you know, she's following this as well. she says this, nancy. these individuals need the opportunity to heal. she went on to say they need to connect back into the world. this isn't who they are. it is only what happened to them. the human spirit is incredibly resilient. more than ever this reaffirmed we should never give up hope. nancy, you know, you spent years as a prosecutor when investigators begin the process of trying to gleen evidence from these three victims and possibly any others that might be out there. where do they begin? is how do they do this, keeping in mind the delicate nature of what went on? sfla the reality is in a criminal prosecution, police investigators and prosecutors are out for evidence. they will hand
sit down with martin savidge, what they say about their brother's alleged crimes. plus an arrest in the murder of 8-year-old lela fouler. you may be shocked to know who police have in custody. and another black eye for the arrest. new details officials may have been targeted conservative groups long before the 2012 election. >>> it's sunday may 12th. good morning everyone. i'm brianna keilar. thank you so much for starting your morning with us. >>> we begin this morning with a cnn world exclusive. let's get straight to cleveland and cnn national correspondent susan candiotti. >> hi, brianna. when ariel castro was arrested on charges of kidnapping and raping three women for over a decade in his cleveland home, police also arrested his two brothers, showing their faces to the world. now, in the minds of many all three men were monsters. but last thursday police released pedro and onil castro saying neither man had anything to do with the alleged kidnappings and torture of amanda berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight. now, for the first time since their release, both men are sitti
exclusively with cnn's martin savidge about their brother and the whole ordeal. >> yeah. they're grateful that the girls are safe, they say. and they are haunted at the same time by missed clues, hunted by the media as well. they say they're receiving death threats online for something they say they didn't do. >> you all went to your mom's for dinner. >> yeah. we went to mom's for dinner. >> the first sign of trouble for you and you were riding back in the car with ariel, the first indication of a problem was what? >> when he pulled in mcdonald's. around the corner not very far from mama's house. he pulled in mcdonald's, in my mind i'm wondering why are we pulling here, we just ate. do you have to go to the bathroom or anything? he says, no, they pulled me over. they're behind me. i didn't know it was bright and sunny, i didn't see no flashing lights. >> the police were behind him. >> yes, sir. and he says the cops are back there. he pulled us over. i said what'd you do, run a stop sign or red light or something? he says, no, no. i don't know. and by that time the officer was on his side
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're learning about the suspect let's go right to martin savidge. he's live from the county justice center where the castro brothers are being held, and we understand they're going to be questioned today. you are a native from here. what are you hearing? >> good morning, zoraida. you're right. questioning today on two fronts. you're going to have the federal level, the fbi, but also the local level. they work in partnership here. that's something the fbi stresses. we're hearing it's going to be perhaps officers from the sex crimes unit and that, of course, gives you an indication of just where, what direction this investigation appears to be going. it's focused on two fronts, one of the suspects in custody. two, the house on seymour. investigators scour the home on seymour avenue searching for evidence in this house of hoars. throughout the day and late into the night, fbi agents meticulously search. removing the front door. searching the crawl space. carting away a red pickup and a jeep. at one point bringing in a cadaver dog. it's not known what, if anything, the dog found. the fbi taking the
, and the impact this madness has had on all of them. here's martin savidge with a cnn exclusive. >> what is your brother to you now? >> monster, hateful, i hope he rots in that jail. i don't even want them to take his life like that. i want him to suffer in that jail. to the last extent. i don't care if they even feed him. what he has done to my life and my family's. >> i feel the same way. >> to the both of you now he no longer exists? >> right. >> yeah. >> he is gone? >> he is gone. >> almost as if he were dead. >> yeah. monster is a goner. i'm glad that he left the door unlocked or whatever he did. whether he did it on purpose, maybe he wanted to get caught. maybe time was up. maybe he was inside too much he wanted to get caught. but if he did it that way he shouldn't have let them pick me up and put me in a car if he know that was going to happen. >> if you could talk to gina, you could talk to manda, and in way you are, i guess, what would you say? >> i would -- i would tell her -- i would tell them that i'm sorry that you had to go through this. that i was -- i was thinking about these gir
claims from neighbors reporting suspicious activity from that address. >> martin savidge, more questions, but i want to bring in a cleveland plain dealer reporter, peter krause. new disturbing information about the main suspect in the case, ariel castro. according to the plain dealer, castro severely beat his wife in 2005, in addition to his arrest for domestic violence in 1993. that charge later dropped. this is what he looked like in 1993. but the plain dealer has more about what happened in 2005. the paper says court documents show "castro fought with his form every wife over the custody of their children. castro's wife twice suffered a broken mos en nose, broken ribs knocked out tooth, a blood clot on the brain and two dislocated shoulders, come on back, peter krause. a reporter for the cleveland plain dealer. did castro serve any time for this crime? > no, he did not serve any time. we found no record of any charges being brought against them in 2005 in connection with -- with those accusations of domestic violence. >> isn't that unusual? if you break a woman's ribs, wouldn't you be
now stands accused of. these two brothers are now talking to cnn, to our correspondent martin savidge telling them what they think of the man they once called their kin and they now call him a monster. we have an exclusive interview. let me tell you, these men are candid, they are angry, they are unforgiving. we'll look at what they told police, quote, we are innocent. watch. >> did you in any way know, help, assist your brother in the horrible things he's accused of doing? >> absolutely not. no idea that this horrific crime was going on. >> pedro? >> no. >> you know there were people who will say you had to know. how is it possible for so long in that home your brother, you couldn't know. >> for those people out there, i'm going to tell you something, i had nothing to do with this. i don't know how my brother got away with it for so many years because that would never cross my mind. >> he fooled you in. >> he fooled he because i used to go there more than he did to work on cars, clean the yard, you know help him out and stuff but never go beyond the kitchen. >> onil, there was nothin
. martin savidge get us to speed. >> reporter: michele knight disappeared when she was 19, that was 2002. amanda berry disappeared the day before her 17th birthday. that was 2003. gina dejesus disappeared when she was 14. that was 2004. then, monday evening decade-long nightmare ended when amanda berry made an emotional 911 call to police. >> help me. i'm amanda berry. >> do you need police, fire or ambulance? >> i need police. >> okay, and what's going on there? >> i've been kidnapped, and i've been missing for ten years, and i'm here. i'm free now. >> okay, and what's your address? >> 2207 seymour avenue. >> 2207 seymour. it looks like you're calling me from 2210. >> huh? >> looks like you're calling me from 2210. >> i can't hear you. >> looks like you're calling me from 2210 seymour. >> i'm across the street. i'm using the phone. >> okay, stay there with those neighbors and talk to police when they get there. >> okay. hello? >> okay, talk to the police when they get there. >> okay. >> okay. are they on their way right now? >> we're going to send them as soon as we get a car open. >> n
confessed to at least some actions. joining me, cnn's martin savidge, pamela brown as well as woio investigative reporter scott taylor. pamela, some word of some sort of confession. what have you heard from sources? >> we've known ariel castro has been talking with federal authorities, local police, prosecutors since his arrest on monday and he's been cooperatesing with authorities. now we learned from a source with first-hand knowledge of the investigation that he has confessed. the source says it would not be inaccurate to say she has confessed. the confessions came in detailed statements during the interrogations over the last couple of days. however, the source is not going into detail. the source is reluctant to say exactly what he's confessed to specifically but we know they're related to the actions we've been hearing about. >> martin, you obtained exclusive pictures of the backyard. what does it show? >> we did, yeah. these photographs were taken by a neighbor, taken both over a night and daytime. these photos show really what was going on in the backyard when the fbi was g
's martin savidge about their brother and their ordeal. they're grateful the young women and 6-year-old little girl are finally free and safe, but are haunted by missed clues, haunted by the media and are receiving death threats for something, they say, they did not do. >> do you weorry now that peopl will always suspect that you actually did have a role? >> absolutely. >> yes. >> and the people out there that know me, they know that onil castro is not that person. has nothing to do with that. would never even think of something like that. i was a very liked person, individual. i have never had any enemies. no reason for anybody to think that i would ever do something like that. it's shock to all my friends. they couldn't believe it. >> i couldn't could never think of doing anything like that. if i knew that my brother was doing this, i would not, in a minute, i would call the cops. because that ain't right. but, yeah, it's going to haunt me down. because people are going to think pedro got something to do with this. and pedro don't have nothing to do with this. if i knew, i would h
interview. just listen to onil castro's answer from my colleague, martin savidge. >> what is your brother to you now? >> a monster, hateful. i hope he rots in that jail. i don't even want them to take his life leak get i want him to suffer in that jail for the the last extent. i don't care if they even feed him for what he has done to my life and my family's. >> to the both of you now, he no longer exists. >> yes. >> the monster is a goner. >> martin savidge had a chance to speak extensively with those two brothers. both of them surprising him by saying they want nothing to do with him ever again. they were not able to speak with him even while they were being held in those holding cells and the only thing they saw their brother do was to walk past them to use a bathroom and flash nem the peace seen. just really remarkable information. but then also the older brother, pedro, was talking about the dejesus family, because they actually knew the dejesus family. marty joins me live now from cleveland. martin, i have been watching with such interest the interview that you were able secure with
captive at that very moment. cnn's martin savidge has obtained very dramatic video from a traffic stop involving a motorcycle he was driving illegally. >> it's a little after 8:30 p.m. on thursday, j 12th, 2008, on the west side of cleveland. traffic officer jim simone is on patrol when he spots a motorcyclist whiz past. it's ariel castro. now, what catches the officer's eye and probably was too quick for you is the license plate on the back of the bike is turned sideways. simone says that is an old trick when riders have something to hide. so the officer follows castro into the gas station and confronts him. >> let me see your driver's license. >> excuse me? >> let me see your driver's license please. >> what's wrong? >> reporter: castro it turns out doesn't have a motorcycle driver's license. that is a serious offense. it could lead to his arrest. it may be why castro seems nervous. this by the way is the last known interaction that castro has with law enforcement before he was arrested last monday a little less than five years later. and notice how polite castro is when the officer
of questions this morning about what went on inside ariel castro's home for the last ten years. martin savidge is live from the county justice center where the castro brothers are being held. what are you finding out, martin? >> good morning, zoraida. i've been warned by authorities. i grew up in this town so i know a lot of police here and they've been saying, look, we're still gathering the information. but when it comes out, as it comes out it is going to be really pretty horrifying stuff so they're bracing people for that. but still knowing and hearing about that reunion, great stuff. so the investigation. it's focused on two fronts, really. on the suspects themselves, the three brothers being held behind me here and investigators as you point out both federal and local talking to them today, and then the house. that also is key. investigators scour the home on seymour avenue, searching for evidence in this house of horrors. throughout the day and late into the night, fbi agents meticulously search. removing the front door. searching the crawl space. carting away a red pickup and a jeep. a
their release both men sitting down and talking exclusively with cnn's martin savidge about their brother and their ordeal. they're grateful the young women and 6-year-old little girl are finally free and safe, but haunted by missed clues, haunted by the media and receiving death threats for something they say they did not do. do you worry now? that people will always suspect that you actually did have a role? >> absolutely. >> yes. >> and the people out there that know me, they know that onil castro is not that person. has nothing to do with that. would never even think of something like that. i was a very liked person, individual. i have never had any enemies. no reason for anybody to think that i would ever do something like that. it's shock to all my friend. they couldn't believe it. >> i couldn't, i could never think of doing anything like that. if i knew that my brother was doing this, i would not in a minute, i would call the cops. because that ain't right. but, yeah, it's going to haunt me down. because people are going to think pedro got something to do with this. pedro don't hav
and onil castro, brothers of the accused rapist and kidnapper ariel castro sit down with martin savidge, what they say about their brother's alleged crimes. plus an arrest in the murder of 8-year-old lela fouler. you may be shocked to know who police have in
between castro and other missing persons. let's go live to cnn's amartin savidge outside the home in clooefld. martin, give us the latest on the investigation. but before you do that, i want to ask you about the two men with whom you spoke exclusively. they were originally arrested along with ariel castro, brothers pedro and onil. they seem to be suggesting to you that they're just as angry as everyone else about this. is that a correct reading? >> reporter: you're right. this was a very emotional kind of interview. it fluctuated on the emotions, tremendous fear on their part, also anguish and then on top of that anger. but that anger focused at a specific source, and that is their brother. here is how they talk. >> i want to wake up out of this nightmare. >> i want to say that i don't want to be hunted down like a dog for a crime that i did not commit. i don't want to be locked up in my house because somebody out there is going to do harm to me. i want to be free like i was. now i feel trapped for what somebody else did, and it's a family member. that shouldn't -- they should not
cleveland woman jumped at the opportunity to escape and call 9-1-1. martin savidge has more on the story that's being >> reporter: "michelle knight disappeared when she was was 20. that was 2002. amanda berry disappeared the day before her 17th birthday. that was 2003. gina de jesus disappeared when she was 14. that was 2004. then monday evening their decade-long nightmare ended when amanda berry made an emotional 9-1-1 call to police. >> "help me i'm amanda berry." "do you need police, fire or ambulance?" "i need police." "ok, and what's going on there?" "i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years and i'm here, i'm free now." address?" "ahh, 2207 seymour avenue." "2207 seymour?" "it looks like you're calling me from 2210." >>"ahhh?" >>"it looks like you're calling from 2210." >> "i can't hear you." >>"it looks like you are calling me from 2210 seymour." >> >> >> >> >> >> >> "i'm across the street, i'm using the phone." >>"ok stay there with those neighbors. talk to the police when they get there." >>"ok." >>"thank you." >>"ok, talk to the police when they get there." >>"ok.
and the word that castro had confessed to at least some actions. joining me, cnn's martin savidge, pamela brown as well as woio investigative reporter scott taylor. pamela, what have you heard about this alleged confession? >> anderson, we've been hearing that ariel castro has been cooperating with federal investigators in the last few days. now we learned from a source with first-hand knowledge of the investigation that he has confessed in detail. the source is reluctant to say exactly what he's confessed to specifically but we know they're related to the actions we've been hearing about. we know he faces three counts of rape. there seems to be mounting evidence against him. >> the source actually used that word, what his verbiage could be confessing. >> yes, he's been confessing to authorities. >> and there are exclusive photographs taken from castro's backyard of the home. >> yes, these photo graphs were taken by a neighbor, taken both over a night and daytime. these photos show really what was going on in the backyard when the fbi was going through there. you can see it's dark, you can see
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have been found, horrified such a thing could happen in their own neighbor h neighbor. martin savidge. what's the latest on the three men under arrest? >> reporter: yeah, let's talk about the investigation, because it gets all tied together. and beginning with the house behind us, right now there is said to be a special team from the fbi, forensic prospectors, if you will, going through, and they say they've got at least a decade worth of evidence that has to be analyzed, has to be collected, and has to be put in some kind of perspective as to exactly what happened. also being told, in addition to that, that there are dogs that are going to be brought into the nearby neighborhood to search vacant lots, around the homes. they won't say why because they could be cadaver dogs. and then the three suspects. we know they're all related, three brothers, ariel castro, 52 his brother pedro, 54, his other brother, o'neal, 50. we know ariel is the one whose name is listed to the house to which the women were kept. beyond that authorities aren't going into how all of the men are connected to this
point somewhere around the house. what we're told by cnn's martin savidge getting this information that fbi officials telling him that an fbi child victim specialist has been brought in. that person is interviewing all three women who were held as well as the 6-year-old child of amanda berry. now, what we also have, erin, is an account from a neighbor across the street here as we see the fbi and other specialists over here on the scene of ariel castro's house. a neighbor across the street named alta gracia tejeda. she was the one who received amanda berry on her porch when amanda berry broke free of this house and came across the street to call 911. here's alta gracia tejeda's account of her encounter with amanda berry on her porch. >> translator: i was going to go inside but then the police car arrived and when she saw it she went down there and asked them to help her. she told them there were no more people inside the house. that's when they broke down the door. >> can you tell us what amanda berry was like when she came here? was she screaming? what was she dressed like? how did
been stopped by the police in the past. martin savidge has obtained video of him being grild in 2008. it's fascinating to see this tape. >> it is. let me give you a bit of background on it. this is dashcam video, it's taken from what is supposed to be a routine traffic stop, would have been a routine traffic stop except for the person stopped is ariel castro, and we know according to the authorities at the time that he has three women supposedly prisoner in his home. okay. take a look at the video, it's rolling video that comes from the police car. it is june 12, 2008. it's about 8:30 in the evening. officer jim simony rolling along. he notices that a motorcycle whizzes past. you see it real quickly. what he notices and you don't in the video, is that the motorcycle had a license plate that looked suspicious. so he pulls into the gas station and pulls the man over. here's where it gets interesting. the conversation, how polite castro seems to be. how nervous he seems to be. well, there may be a very good reason for that. listen to the interaction. >> let me see your driver's license?
that home. a collection of material from over ten years of a horrible crime. >> all right. martin savidge in cleveland, thank you. police maintain no one ever raised red flags about castro before this week, but neighbors are telling us a different story. >> reporter: for nearly ten years ariel castro's house doubled as a prison for three young women. >> what they told law enforcement was key and it's going to be a key part in the case. >> reporter: police say over the years they never had a reason to suspect anything out of the ordinary was happening behind castro's boarded up windows. >> we've asked ourselves that question numerous times over the last ten years. are we missing anything? is there something, is there a sign? >> neighbors say, yes. there were signs. in 2011 after he heard yelling from within castro's house, israel lugo says he called the police. >> cops come, half hour later on, they're there about five, ten minutes. no one answered, can't see through the windows so usually they get back in the squad car and leave. >> reporter: neighbor elsey cintrone told cnn her granddaug
. >> and dr. drew, martin savidge was recording that in this note, because that's what we're calling it now, maybe it was a diary, he blamed the victims for their capture and then scott taylor was reporting he said, if he killed himself he would leave his money and possession to these women he tortured and kept in captivity. what does that mean when you put those two things together, blaming them and then possibly saying you'll give money to them? >> look he's a monster. it's interesting. he's a full blown monster. oftentimes my patients that have compulsions like this will describe themselves as a rampaging monster. they are aware of it in one moment and then in another won't see it and be fully consistent with the monster behavior and not understand the implications of their actions. in this case they want to take care of these creatures and got them chained up in the basement. he's a monster let's make no mistake about that. >> if you look at the picture on his facebook page. that come fired his mugshot to give viewers a sense that people can just -- people you don't see into a person's
kidnapper and rapist ariel castro are speaking out in an interview with cnn's martin savidge airing tomorrow morning. pedro and onil castro say they are grateful three women and 6-year-old girl are now free and safe. cleveland police say ariel castro's brothers had nothing to do with the abductions. >>> a cleveland p.r. firm that specializes in crisis management is expected to issue a statement on behalf of all three kidnapping survivors this morning. the firm is representing the women pro bono. amanda berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight, have not spoken since they were rescued almost a week ago. >>> a woman says she didn't provoke the dog and was treated by paramedics. tsa and atlanta police are investigating the incident. when we return, the irs versus the tea party. and, later, paying tribute to the one person everyone in washington likes, mom. e made ouo the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover, and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i've been with bp for 24 years. i was part of the team that helped deliver on our commitments to the g
and rapist ariel castro are speaking out in an interview with cnn's martin savidge airing tomorrow morning. pedro and onil castro say they are grateful three women and 6-year-old girl are now free and safe. cleveland police say ariel castro's brothers had nothing to do with the abductions. >>> the three women held captive for a decade are asking for privacy so they can continue to heal and reconnect with their families. in statement read by their attorney, amanda berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight said they are grateful for the support by the cleveland community and will not give interviews until the criminal case against castro has been tried. >>> coming up at the top of the hour, a special fareed zakaria gps in beyond the manhunts, how to stop 0 terror. he speaks to some of the women involved in the hunt for osama bin laden. >>> and later, paying tribute to the one person everyone in washington likes. the american dream is of a better future, a confident retirement. those dreams have taken a beating lately. but no way we're going to let them die. ♪ ameriprise advisors can help kee
bars this morning. cnn's martin savidge is live in cleveland. what do we know about these brothers, martin? >> that's a good question and one that authorities are investigating right now. we know that one of them has been identified by cleveland city councilman. his name is ariel castro and he is believed to be the owner of the home, the white frame one with the american flag there where the three women were held. if you look closely at the bottom of the door, that's the screen door, you can see the section that amanda berry allegedly kicked out yesterday. and it's also where charles ramsey came into play. he was the neighbor that heard the screams, knew she was in trouble, and responded. here's what he had to say. >> her screaming, eating my mcdonald's, i come outside. i see this girl going nuts trying to get out of the house. so i go on the porch. i go on the porch and she says, help me get out, i've been here a long time. we see this dude every day. i mean every day. >> how long you lived here? >> i been here a year. we eat ribs and whatnot. listen to salsa music. >> again we ju
: and the people of cleveland. >> it's an unbelievable day. >> all right. we're going to get back to martin savidge. he is going to talk to more neighbors in that cleveland neighborhood where these women were found. we'll get to him in just a minute. a statement from jaycee dugard. she was held for so many years captive after she was abducted when she was 11 and she was released when she was an adult. this is the statement she just released moments ago. "these individuals need the opportunity to heal and connect back into the world. this isn't who they are. it's only what happened to them. "the human spirit is incredibly resilient. more than ever they reamps we should never give up hope." one of the big questions right now centers on the man arrested in the case. his name is aerial castro. police also arrested his two brothers, but say the 52-year-old owns the house where these women were found. according to the cleveland dealer castro was arrested at a nearby mcdonald's. castro and his brothers have not yet been charged are, but we do know that he is a former school bus driver. a spokesman for the
beginning to speak out. cnn's martin savidge spoke with their uncle and has that part of the story. >> reporter: as you know there are three men in custody all brothers ages 50, 52, and 54. they are not talking but family members are. a very interesting conversation with their uncle, julio castro. >> i haven't been able to talk to immediate family other than on my phone and their reaction is surprising. everybody is surprised at what's happening. whanchts did you say to your nephews if you could talk to them? what would you want to know? >> what can i say? shame on you. >> reporter: julio castro says by the way when it was gina dejesus who went missing he gave money to try and find her. he actually helped and went out on the streets to try to locate her. he is stunned that any of his family could have been involved in her disappearance. >> martin savidge. cnn's brooke baldwin is also in cleveland right now and spoke to a band mate of the suspect, ariel castro. how did that go? >> reporter: yeah, wolf. i talked to a man named tito dejesus and asked when you hear the last name dejesu
happens. actually, martin savidge has our story. >> it's a little after 8:30 p.m. on thursday, june 12th, 2008 on the west side of cleveland. the traffic officer is on patrol when he spots a motorcyclist whiz past. it's ariel castro. what catches the officer's eye and probably was too quick for you was the license plate on the back of the bike is turned sideways. he says that is an old trick when riders have something to hide. so the officer follows castro into the gas station and confronts him. >> a driver's license. what's wrong? >> reporter: castro, it turns out, doesn't have a motorcycle driver's license and that is a serious offense. it could lead to his arrest. and it may be why castro seems nervous. this, by the way, is the last known interaction that castro has with law enforcement before he was arrested last monday, a little less than five years later. and notice how polite castro is when the officer comes back with the other news. the plates on the bike don't belong to that bike. >> these plates don't belong to this bike, do they? what year model is this? >> this is a 2000. >>
a decade. cnn's martin savidge has that. >> why are you covering your face? what do you have to say to those women? how could you do that? what kind of monster does this? >> it is the question that haunts everyone. victims, police, an entire city. how did 52-year-old ariel castro become the monster that's horrified america? i found some of the answers on the back shelves of a corner grocery. here ariel's uncle, tells the castro family story. castro wa born in puerto rico. his family came to cleveland when he was 6. he grew up on the city's near west side, a working class neighborhood where work was getting harder and harder to find. relatives say ariel was raised by his mother and didn't get along with his father. he dropped out of school in the 10th grade. ariel taught himself to play bass and he joined a band playing salsa around town. he was popular with band mates and their families. that's where bianca cruz met him when she was just a child. >> actually, i remember a lot of things. i remember always going to the concerts, and spending time with the band backstage. >> friends sa
. they spoke exclusively to cnn's martin savidge. >> you all went to your mom's for dinner. >> yeah, we went to mom's for dinner. >> the first sign of trouble for you when you were riding back in the car with ariel. the first indication of a problem was what? >> when he pulled in mcdonald's around the corner, not very far from mom's house, pulled in mcdonald's, why are you pulling in, in my mind, why are you pulling in here? we just ate. you have to go to the bathroom? no, he says, they pulled me over, they are behind me. i didn't know because it was bright and sunny. i didn't see no flashing lights, didn't see a siren. >> police were behind you. >> he says, the cops are back here, pulled us over. what did you do, run a stop sign, red light or something? no, onil, no, i don't know. by that time, the officer was on his side asking for his i.d., and they took his i.d. and there was an officer next to me there. and he hadn't asked me for my i.d. yet, but i figured he was there, so i go like this and i go you want my i.d., too? and he went for his weapon. and held it, i gave him my i.d. and said
from what i've seen so far, that the police department did a good job. >> our pamela brown and martin savidge reported yesterday and again today, investigators are examining writings actually found inside ariel castro's house and that he writes -- very specific details of his actions and what he says are the reasons behind all of his actions, hard not to think about your own family when you hear about a case like this. have you eight kids, 19 grandkids, what do you make of this case? >> well, it's so sad. and you are absolutely right. i think if this was one of my children, or one of my grandchildren, how i would feel. and it's hard to even imagine how bad that is. great joy that they had been found, but they go back and think what they had to endure the last ten years, sickening, just horrible. it should not surprise us that this man justifies what he's doing in those writings. i've seen that in other cases. you know, individuals like this who commit horrible acts, they blame the victim. always blame the victim. and justify it in their own mind that way. so this is -- this is in some
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